Florida Weather: La Niña Here to Stay for a While Oct 12, 2020
The latest La Niña advisory was released today by NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center (CPC). It shows that a strong La Nina signal is in place in the eastern Pacific Ocean, […]
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Ag Economy – How Are We Doing? | Farmer Sentiment Improves | and more.
Summary Temperatures for the week were below normal over much of the Plains, Midwest, South, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic, with departures of 5-10 degrees below normal for many locations. The West […]
Floydada pumpkin harvest nears completion in a season with below-average yields and above-average quality, according to a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service expert. Mark Carroll, AgriLife Extension agent, Floyd County, said producers […]
As the climate trends warmer and drier, global food security increasingly hinges on crops’ ability to withstand drought. But are scientists and producers focusing on the right metric when measuring […]
Talk of early growth, unexpected cold temperatures, and more in this episode of the University of Georgia’s Pecan Radio Update.
In this week’s AgFax Weekend – Funding Bill Signed | Corn, Cotton – EPA Will Phase Out Older Bt Tech | and more.
Summary Tropical Storm Beta made landfall on September 21 about 10 pm CDT near Port O’Connor, TX, with sustained winds near 45 mph. Once inland, slow-moving Beta weakened and turned […]
NOAA Drought Outlook Monthly – October Oct 2, 2020
La Niña conditions are present during September, and are likely (~75% chance) to continue through the Northern Hemisphere winter. The forecaster consensus favors a borderline moderate event during the peak […]
Let’s first take into consideration the nutritional requirements of winter wheat and what your soil can offer. As with other crops, wheat fertility programs are best determined by a soil […]